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Government spends thousands on iPhone apps

Government spends thousands on iPhone apps

BBC News has learnt that the Government has spent tens of thousands of pounds developing iPhone applications.

A Freedom of Information (FOI) request revealed that development costs ranged from £10,000 – £40,000.

These included a travel advice app from the Foreign Office and a jobseekers’ tool.

But the Home Office declined the FOI request for information on its iPhone apps, saying security concerns “prevent us from supplying information”.

The information comes just a few weeks after the government announced it was to conduct a review of all 820 of its websites.

A report by the Central Office of Information has revealed that the government spent £94m on website development and running costs and £32m on web staff in 2009 – 2010.

Read More/Source: BBC News

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